Nova Scotia


With over 8000 miles of coastline and easy driving, you could spend a week touring Nova Scotia!

Halifax is the capital city and an ideal starting point for your Atlantic Provinces itinerary. A walk-able city with its waterfront boardwalk and unique experiences such as discovering the significance of Halifax when the Titanic sank or the Museum of Immigration at Pier 21.  Take a sight-seeing day trip to Peggy’s Cove.  Travel on to Old Town Lunenburg, a designated UNESCO World Heritage site with a dramatic seascape and fascinating geology. 

Kejimkujik National Park & National Historic Site is a pristine wilderness for spotting wildlife, paddling adventures and discovering the ancient petroglyphs. At night, sleep under the stars in this designated Dark Sky Preserve. 

The Bay of Fundy is as popular with whales as it is with people, and a whale watching tour is a must-do in the summer and early autumn. Indeed Nova Scotia’s Bay of Fundy provides a wide array of outdoor activities from a leisurely walk to Tidal Bore Rafting. 

With so much coastline Nova Scotia is a seafood lover’s paradise including world-famous lobster – accompanied by a glass of signature Tidal Bay wine!